FRNC this morning


lehman.paul@verizon.net
 

Early Wednesday morning, before 8:00 a.m., a bunch of birders saw the continuing Magnolia Warbler present for its third day at Fort Rosecrans National Cemetery, same area as reported on previous days. Clay-colored Sparrow continued at the south end of the cemetery, and in the middle of the east side there was a Vesper Sparrow, and at the extreme north end of the cemetery along Catalina Boulevard there was a Tropical Kingbird with a Cassins. A couple Hammonds flycatchers continue, and a reasonable count of five or six Western Wood-pewees continued as well.

Paul Lehman, San Diego